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Terriers’ Bykowski heading to Minot State

Portage Terriers’ goaltender Josh Bykowski has agreed to sign on with Minot State Beavers, who play in the ACHA Div 1.
 
Bykowski, who hails from Vermillion, AB., had a strong season with the Terriers, posting a 10-0 record, 2.20 GAA and .918 save percentage. Bykowski has excellent size for a goaltender, standing 6-foot-4.
 
“We are excited to bring in a goalie with Josh’s pedigree,” said Beavers’ head coach Wade Regier. “Josh is a big athletic goalie who uses his size affectively. He is a player with a solid three years of junior experience and fits the type of player we look for here at Minot State. We look forward to having him in our locker room and he will be an important part our program this upcoming season.”
 
The Beaver Hockey program has been in existence at Minot State University since 1995. The team competes independently at the ACHA division 1 level and plays its home games at the MAYSA Arena in Minot, N.D.